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Diversified Communications to sell TV stations to Gray Television

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Diversified Communications in Portland announced Thursday the planned divestiture of its television stations WABI in Bangor and WCJB in Gainesville, Fla., to Gray Television Inc. pending FCC approval.

Gorham manufacturer adding jobs to keep pace with record sales

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MEGA Industries, a Gorham manufacturer of high-power microwave components, reported record revenues of $12 million, a 32% gain from a year earlier. The workforce increased by 20% last year, to 60...

Poland Spring plans new bottling plant in western Maine

Nestle-owned Poland Spring is seeking a new site in western Maine, close to sources of spring water, in order to build a $50 million water bottling plant.

Scarborough firm acquires two Boston properties

The RAM Cos., a Scarborough-based acquisition, development and management firm, closed this week on a $10.1 million purchase of two properties in the Boston suburbs.

L.L.Bean to be title sponsor for PBA bowling event

L.L.Bean has signed as the title sponsor for a Professional Bowlers Association tournament that will be hosted at Bayside Bowl in Portland this spring.

James Beard Awards name 12 semifinalists in Maine

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Twelve Maine chefs and restaurants have been named semifinalists for the 2017 James Beard Awards. Finalists for all award categories will be announced on March 15. Winners will be announced at the...

Bill would address dwindling broadband subsidy for schools, libraries

With revenues dwindling that support more than 900 schools and libraries across the state to pay for high-speed broadband connections, state Rep. Marty Grohman, D-Biddeford, has proposed legislation...

Portland Symphony announces four finalists to be orchestra's next director

The Portland Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday there are four finalists under consideration for the position of music director, replacing Robert Moody, who will step down after the 2017-18 season.

Blizzard: From the eyes of the Mainebiz staff

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It takes more than a little snow — OK, this was a lot of snow — to keep the Mainebiz staff from doing our job. Here's a roundup from this morning.

Blizzard slows but doesn't stop Maine businesses

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Many businesses, colleges, state and local offices and bus services were shut down Monday from the blizzard that dropped more than a foot-and-a-half of snow in most areas. The Portland International...

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